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SynthHD (v2) 10MHz -15GHz Dual Channel Microwave Generator

    SynthHD (v2) 10MHz -15GHz Dual Channel Microwave Generator

    Manufacturer: Windfreak Technologies


    Price: $1,879.00

     

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    The SynthHD is a state of the art Dual Channel RF Signal Generator.  These devices have set the bar on microwave radio frequency generators for quality, size and price.  As always, our products are designed and manufactured in the USA!

    Tune any frequency between 10MHz and 15GHz in 0.1Hz resolution.  Adjust calibrated amplitude in 0.1dB resolution up to +20dBm and across more than 50dB of range.  Each channels has independent frequency and amplitude settings, or set both channels to the same frequency and adjust phase between the two in 0.1 degree increments.

    Expect excellent performance and high reliability despite the SynthHD Pro’s low cost

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    SynthHD Software GUI (Labview source code included with purchase)

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    The following video shows the SynthHD doing a Pulsed FM Radar Chirp (FMCW) that is simultaneously AM modulated.

    The video below is taken with both channels driven into a mixer. The mixer is then fed into an oscilloscope and displayed on the right side of the video. The signal shows the DC and near DC downconverted component. The DC level depends on the phase relationship between the two channels. The switch on the far right of the GUI toggles between controlling channels (RFA or RFB).

     

     




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